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This page gathers all puzzles presented at Puzzles.COM, which are either created by Lewis Carroll or made after some of his puzzle ideas.

 Sunny Walk after Lewis Carroll A special garden possesses a number of hemispherical stones with paths around them. The challenge is to walk through all the paths in the garden. Play  |  Download
 Rose Garden 3 after Lewis Carroll You can plant nine roses in the shape of circle in your garden. But why to follow such an obvious pattern if there are a bunch of more intriguing possibilities out there? Play  |  Download
 Who's Telling the Truth? after Lewis Carroll Figuring out who is telling the truth and who is lying had never been an easy task. And hardly will ever be. Especially if the conclusion should be done based on the statements from the persons being investigated. Play  |  Download
 Bugs in a Row after Lewis Carroll Ten bugs are arranged into two rows of five bugs each. Move just four of them so that five rows of four bugs appear. No option of two bugs at one spot though a bug can be simultaneously a part of several rows. Play  |  Download
 Doublets by Lewis Carroll From the Ape to the Man through the series of words - it's the game of Doublets. Will it be easy to reveal all the words in it even if you know their number? Play  |  Download
 Three Squares after Lewis Carroll It almost doesn't cost a thing to draw three squares without taking a pencil off the paper and without crossing the line. Or does it? Play  |  Download
 Three Squares 2 by Lewis Carroll Three interlaced squares to be drawn in a unicursal manner. A modification of the challenge has been already published on our site in the past. Play  |  Download
 The Square Window after Lewis Carroll The challenge posed by Lewis Carroll to a teen-age girl in 1873 about how to reduce the area of a window in half but at the same time keeping its height and width intact. Is the problem still actual nowadays? Play  |  Download
 Painting A Cube after Lewis Carroll Suppose you have an immense supply of wooden cubes and several paint tins each containing a different color of paint. How many differently painted cubes would you be able to produce with such a toolkit? Play  |  Download
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